"Fury of the Wild" as written by and Joacim Anders/dronjak Cans....
Sighs, the fury has electrified my mind
Sighs, the hatred burns inside by the mark of vengeance I will grind

Sighs, the sound of metal falling to the ground
Sighs, by blood we will unite by blood we are forever bound

Vengeance calling me
Oh, please set me free
The fury of the wild
Locked up in this cage
Can't you feel the rage
The fury of the wild

Sighs, your silence will not sanctify your crime
Sighs, when revolution calls I will be the first in line

Vengeance calling me
Oh, please set me free
The fury of the wild
Locked up in this cage
Can't you feel the rage
The fury of the wild

Now as you stand on your own
With the future, face to face
Take a look at me now
Feel the fury, taste my rage
Come taste my revenge

Unbent - unbowed - unbroken

Vengeance calling me
Oh, please set me free
The fury of the wild
Locked up in this cage
Can't you feel the rage
The fury of the wild


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"Fury of the Wild" as written by Oscar Fredrick Dronjak Joacim Anders Cans

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    My InterpretationTo me, especially considering which album this is on, this one is about the duel between Oberyn Martell and Gregor Clegane in A Feast For Crows. Of course, it could be about anyone who wants vengeance, really, but considering the overall theme of the album it reminds me of the Viper vs. The Mountain pretty strongly.
    D-Lyriumon April 18, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThis song seems to be about the bands mascot (Hector), and his continuing search for revenge, to me it seems to suggest a battle in which he abandons his knightly ways when he is overcome with primal bloodlust. Perhaps it even is alluding to the possibility that he is a werewolf.
    Bespaon May 03, 2007   Link

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